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Marques de Riscal Gran Reserva DOCa 2005 (Rioja, Spain) - [WE 93] [RP 91]
Marques de Riscal Gran Reserva DOCa 2005 (Rioja, Spain) - [WE 93] [RP 91]
Retail Price: $75.00
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93 Points - Wine Enthusiast:
"Earthy, leathery aromas of baked red fruits fit the classic style. This is full on the palate but not heavy, with cola, molasses, coffee and heady raspberry and plum flavors. A warm finish with fine tannins and ripe flavors of chocolate, lightly baked black fruits and vanilla. Drink 2015–2025." -MS (Dec 2013)
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Marques de Riscal Gran Reserva DOCa 2007 (Rioja, Spain)
Marques de Riscal Gran Reserva DOCa 2007 (Rioja, Spain)
Retail Price: $78.00
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91 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate (2006 Vintage):
"The 2006 Gran Reserva has been in bottle since 2009 and has had time to acquire the nuances of the bottle-aged aromas transporting you to the Riojas of yesteryear: A combination of cherries in liqueur with spices, touches of leather and a creamy feeling with the twist of the American oak on the nose. The palate is silky, with fully-resolved tannins, very polished and sleek, with flavors of cherries on the quite long ending. This was a ripe vintage, but the wine seems to have aged quite well in a very traditional way. Very approachable Gran Reserva. 22,000 bottles." - Luis Gutiérrez (29th Apr 2015)

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Torre de Ona "Martelo" Rioja DOCa 2014 (Rioja, Spain) - [RP 94] [WS 92]
Torre de Ona "Martelo" Rioja DOCa 2014 (Rioja, Spain) - [RP 94] [WS 92]
Retail Price: $47.00
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94 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"This wine is released as Martelo in Spain but that be renamed as Finca Martelo in the international market. So, I tasted the 2014 again but this time labeled as 2014 Finca Martelo. The wine hasn't changed much since the last time I tasted it; it's aromatic and showy, with elegance and poise, nicely balanced and perfumed with a medium body and very fine tannins, intense flavors and a long finish. It's evolving very slowly, and I wouldn't be surprised if it made old bones. 80,000 bottles produced." - Luis Gutiérrez (28th Jun 2019)

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